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    • Daily News: De Blasio Instructing DOT to Implement Life-Saving Street Design = Strong-Arming
    • More Reality Based Queens Boulevard Coverage From Gothamist and DNA
    • Toll Reform Gains Support From Suburban Legislators (AMNY)
    • There Is an MTA L Train Meeting in Manhattan Tonight (Gothamist)
    • The Longer the Gateway Review Process Takes, the More It Will Cost (DNA)
    • Post: Vehicular Crimes Chief One of Several Prosecutors Resigning From Ken Thompson's Office
    • Drivers Are Being Ticketed for Blocking Sidewalk Ramps and the New York Post Is All Over It
    • Former Brooklyn Assembly Member Alec Brook-Krasny: I'm "Too Lazy" to Surrender Official Plates (Post)
    • The Number of Unlicensed New York Motorists Looks Poised to Increase (Post)
    • Post: Treating Drivers Fairly Would Put Uber Out of Business, and That Would Be a Shame
    • New York City Cyclists Are Out of Control (DNANY1)

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